Month: January 2017

This beautiful article written to make us understand the Catholic Devotion to Mary is rich, and it is written by Thomas Merton and first published by Catholic Online. I came across it and I feel you should read it; God …

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In all our scripture passages today; the first reading, the second and the gospel passage from Matthew’s account, we see a reflection of a particular theme. They talk about integrity, humility, the need to rely on God. The prophet Zephaniah …

Homily for fourth Sunday, ordinary time A Read More »

In most of the Catholic Ordination ceremonies and priestly anniversaries I have attended, the response to the responsorial Psalm reminded me and I think every one also of the supremacy of the Melchizedek priesthood to the Aaronic priesthood. In most …

The Aaronic and Melchizedek Priesthood. Read More »

The prophet Isaiah says that the people that walked in darkness has seen a great light; on those who live in the land of deep shadow a light has shone. And Jesus Christ is the light that has shone in …

Homily for third Sunday, ordinary time year A. Read More »

Many Christian parents have failed to understand that it is their responsibility to hand their faith over to their Children, they are tempted to leave this very important aspect of parenthood in the hands of the clergy alone. In this …

Teach your children your Catholic faith! Read More »

As a parish community, we have decided with faith to declare the year 2017 as our year of Divine Settlement. It is our prayer that God Almighty settles every case against us, physical or spiritual in our favour. Tap therefore …

Our Parish declaration for the year 2017. Read More »

John the Baptist is a very popular figure in the New Testament. Even from birth people were already asking; what will this child grow up to be. There was a kind of confusion about his identity that even led the …

Homily for second Sunday, year A Read More »

Yesterday the Catholic Church celebrated the Epiphany of the Lord, a solemnity the Church celebrates every second Sunday of Christmas. It is a celebration of Divine revelation as you must have heard in homilies preached in our parishes. But the …

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“Where is the child who has been born king of the Jews?  For we have observed his star in the East, and have come to worship him” (Mt 2:2). With these words, the Magi, come from afar, tell us the …

Pope Francis’ homily for the Epiphany of the Lord Read More »

Today, the whole Catholic world celebrate the solemnity of the epiphany of the Lord. It is a celebration of the revelation of the Lord; God revealing himself in his Son Jesus Christ. It is not by chance that we celebrate …

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The world and its fullness is God’s creation, everything he created was good. “And God said, ‘Let the earth put forth vegetation, plant yielding seed, and fruit trees bearing fruit in which is their seed, each according to its kind, …

Eco-preservation: Part of our 2017 Mission Read More »

“Mary treasured all these things and pondered them in her heart! (Lk 2:19).  In these words, Luke describes the attitude with which Mary took in all that they had experienced in those days.  Far from trying to understand or master …

Pope Frances’ homily for the solemnity of Mary, mother of God. Read More »